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A Diso ovary About COrn.
In this thinking and observant ago new ideal
and dlscovertts are constantly being nude known,
many of Which, if true, are niter heard after,
while others pen into the treaeury of eetablished
fact, when tholrtnerit haebeen proven. Wo have
joet met with the following paragraph in an ex
change : ,
"An intelligent and reliable farmer, who has for
many years been making experiments with corn,
has discovered an importance and value In replant
ing bom whioh is quite novel aod worthy of pub
lication. We have always thought replanted corn
was of no consequence; bo replaots whether it is
needed or not—or rather he plants two or three
weeks after crops are planted, about every fifteenth
row eaeh wey. He lays if the weither becomes
■ilk Is unable to HU the office for which it is de
signed. The pollen of the replanted com is then
ready to aupply the silk, and the tilling Is com
pleted. He says nearly all the abort!'
common to tha corn crop, are earned by the want
of pollan, and that he bae known ears to double
their size in the second tilling.
V« ears, so
Shoeing » Camel.
A traveler from Pekin to Siberia, acrova the
great dcaerl of Oobi, tells us that whenever a
camel'« faut bave become very tender aod lore
from long marches, (he pour creature lies down.
His driver knows et once tint hie feet hurt him.
and looks to find out it the thick akiu of the feet
is blistered. When ever a blister is found, two
or three strong men, usrullv Mongo,s, keep
watch of the camel until he is not noticing them.
At just the right moment iliey make a rush al
together upon the camel, thro at il over upon the
eide and make it fast. Then, with a needle
made for that purpose, they sew a square piece
of leather large enough to cover the hurt place
over ihn camel's foot, the akin of which is
quite thick enough to sew through without hurt
ing tbo animal. With hie new shoes on, the
camel it quite r*ady lo get up and march on.
The piece" of leather are very carefully prepsr
el for this use. It sometimes happens that a
camel lies down in the midst of his long march
across the w'de desert and dice. The natives
•take (he thickest pirt of hi* akin to make shoes
of. These bits of skin they take out, day after
day, when on the march, and pull until ihey
become soft and yielding, that a camel with
blistered feet seems grateful to have shoes made
of it, tit hough he would resist the shoeing to
the last wer« he not held so tiiat ho could not
move.
Cucap Poultry Y %«d.—S et posts firmly
in the ground, six feet high, eight feet apart
Take No. 9 wire, an I streteh from p.et to p*wt
outside, fattening with atonies ma le of wire
driven into posts. Place three wires one inc
apart one foot from the ground, another three at
three fest ten inches front gronnd;another three
At top of posts T ike common laths and weave
in, leaving three inches apace between aides of
each. This makes ilia fence four feet high.
Then take other laths, picket end one, and
chamfer the other like a chisel blade, and inter
weave among tbo top wires; then shove the
chamfered edge down beside the top of the Imt
tom lath, Upping under wires two inches. This
makes «cheap, durable, | r.'ity fence, thalle seven
feet and ten inches hign, and lo ti tight. Wires
should be left aomewuat Black, as interweaving
tha lathe will lake it up.—T ub Poultry
Would.
A corrapoodcnt of the Chicago Inter Ooeam
wiiting from Salt Lake City, says : "Contrary
tq the «Itnuneiitofsensfiiionsl writers. President
Young and his chief follower, are Mill here, and
here they will remain. Brother Brinaham is
as much 'lord of all be eurveya' aa ever lie wav
and shows no eigna of personal dilapidation.
His tours through the Territory are annual , he
infortu mr, and are to look afar his pet colon
ization system. The colony that has created bo
much newspaper sensation, Living failed to find
another Jordan aa yet, is moving farther south
in Arizona, and may make a halt at an import
ant point on the Roui hern Pacific Railway,
gbieh i* looking like onto tha carrying out of
acoHukiOn said to exist baiween Bringham
Young and Thomas Scott, President of the road
in refsreuoe to soma big schemes reported to bt.
afoot down there.'" - ;
A WaxuntaTOX correspondent says that during
a recent civil service cgsminetioa in the Interior
Department, tha candidates for admise Urn to
clerkships were asked to state the distance of the
planet Batura from tha earth. Oak candidate
enswered that he was unable te state, the distance
in miles, but did not think U was suBcently Mpr
to iuMfer» with tha pertormanoe of ilia dutlpe a*
n olerk, or to gyt him la any ol the tinge. ■ •***' J
*
__ iciltcf'
A klwuttVM) employe in Bo»ton recently found
a pocket-book containing «600. and on.retttrnin*it
to ito owner reoalved a reward ol 32. The man
bas sldeettMaYrumbling about hti reward, bnt a
correspondent of tne Booten Advertiser points
out that if tho wan waa os honest as ha pretends,
he would nc*h«*e «confort any r*»«fd «ftatç
for Simply doing his duly.
ver
HUNGARIAN ,iw ;j..
GRASS SEED,
■^WilwketfiUMt
in i>
W. N.
myl6.13 #
IS73* SÜMRIE«. W73,
Notwithstanding our immenw dl§poi ? i of
Sumœér tfoedi, we urè a«<tia preparOd, bf a
••edund lopply, tq farnlth our customer* with
SPL8NDID SUMMER CLOTHING,
In (rsat variety of style, shade, color and Pattern
Linens, duohs. aloaoas, ebaviots, e issimcret, dt.g
onals, A i. Tbs attention of the nuolio l*J«Be«i»l*
ly otnad to the Uree stock o( LIN BN DUdTbKe,
anttabis tor invollm«. In additioa to too roaoy
mado work, by the awistauoe ot on egpertoncoJ
ta lor, gentleman can have their ol 'toel out
and tntdv to order at moderate prie, s, and a perleot
At aatraa'etd. .. , _ , .,
All entries psrtalnmg to Mens Famishing
Goods la many vsr(»ues a»A *1*1*»
44314. PU HOW,
SI* MABKttT STREET,
Wilmington, Dal.
. kP4
pATRXOK HASSANS
Carpets and Furniture
' : WAR* ROOM A
An* Children'» Oarrlie*. uepot.
No. 'il# WȆ*T SECOND 8THEET,
• t *»|latlugton,
Cnnstha'ly *»' h .bd a large ah 1 v.rj-dat« art nient
or* tlesewe. «Ht CI Ahv, Hur-ant Tehlm/ritoude
01 ilri« lV> 'hin Q «ws Clo'ki. Mil
t^kélB Mi U*» V«ir ifTllrW iJjOlil. |51«»»nf «f
tha lUM4 Blflu* till i ••*u*'*r
whioh th» a (cotloa of ih# L»ii»i küi OiütllBU.
i* p*r icuUrly iuviUi
Children's Coaches a Specialty.
Any of the nb.->ve n uns I gosd*, will "FJjMfc*
»r f.>r oash fhan tk«? t in be na» , ca»«»'i kt
home ln th» City* or at f»ry fcodvfkl* »4tto o% f»
"'Uev'ing'lha latgeetAOd ereetest ysrtety of good»
of any homtinioa City ti» publio will itwiitt
their interest by'gfvlog him a II bsforj base«
lageltswhere. PaiRTCK HA'SaN.
No 2.9 West. Seoond "irs*»,
j«9 3m Wtlmingt in. Del.
se
WILMINGTON DlSPBhSARV,
MS Orange street,
Opczdally om 4 to.8 p. a.
my9-3m
ENOCH MORGAN'S RONS
S À P O L I 0
Is a substitute for e*ap for all Household
purposes, except washing clothes.
'■U
S A P 0 L, I 0
for cleaning your House will save f he .
labor of one deiner. Oivo It a trill.
I
8 A . P 0 Jj I 0
for Windows Is tatter then Whiting OP
Water. No removing curtains and oer
8 A P O L I 0
cleans Patntaad Wood, In fsetths entire
home, bettor than Snap. No slapping,
bave» labor. You can t afford to bo
' without it. o ' • r '"" ■

S A P O t X 0
er
S A P 0 L I O
is belter then Soap end 8„nd for polish
ing Tinware. Brighton. without leratob
lug.
S A P O L I O
Polishes Brail and Copper ateaeils bet
ter than Acta.or Oil and Hatten tourne.
S A P 0 L IO
for Washing Dittos and Glassware il in
valuable. cheaper tbao s as.
SAP 0 L I 0
Ç moves Stains from Marble Mantles,
ablet a d'tatunri. from haid hntsbaa
Walls, and from Oaloa ana i OrcaUia
S A P O L I 0
removal sts'us and Ureasa from Carpsts
and ether woven tabrios.
There i* no one ailicle known that will do so
many kind« of work and do il at Well as
thqiolio. Try it.
S A P O L I 0
HAND
a noir au I wood rfully «fftotlvc Totlrt
Sjap. hdvUg no «dtikl la taia coantij
or Abroad.
S A P O L I O
HAND
as and artlole for the Bath, "reochss
tbs fiuii.iation' ot all dirt, open, the
ports an givaa a futility action and
brilliant tint to the «km.
S A P O L I 0
HAND
Cleanser and Boamifiss tho Skin io>
rtautly removinf au j stuins or blemldU
from oout naada and faoe.
S A POLIO
hand
ia without a rival in the world for our
iog or
Pins o
pravoatlog rougbnow and ohap
f either bande or taee.
S A P O L.I O
HAND
removes Tar, Pltoh. Iron er Ink
and Grease; for workers In M
Stains
Shops, Mmes, ko., is Invaluable. For
makiagtba -kin White and bon, and
giving to it a "bloom of be.uty," It is
uniurpassod by any Gusmatio known.
S A P O L I 0
HAND
cortg 111 te 15 oenti par oaks, and every
bod? should have it. You will Ilka it.
Don't Vail to 1 ry TUeae Geodi.
Buy it of your mershaat If ha has it or will pro
niaitferyeu. Knot, then write (or Pamphlet.
All about SapeUe,'' aad it will be mailed tree.
MORGAN'S SONS,
durk Place, ä. Y.
jeU/TS-ly-eed-eow - '
-
ENOCH
iPtg gooflg, HflUcng, kt.
" WM. 13. SHAJEIP
No, 4 East Third Streef,
Has opaned a tall assortment Ot!
NEW AND SEASONABLE
DRY GOODS
BLACK SILKS JAPANESE SILKS 4c.
Always on haad a foil ttock of
MOURNING GOODS*
aahe^latest strlwand 9a4t reliable makes. A
DOMEBTIO GOODS,
At the lowest rate*.
WX.Q, SHARP
N«. 4 lut Third Street,
WILMINGTON. DE
aori-lv
SPRING AND SUMMER
C 3 -OOIDS,
linml
Qoods, from 12>CceaU
168
to «2
Ladlag' and Misses' Balts, from 72 lo 325.
b... ^ ^ 1
30 doien Ladies' 2 button Eli Gloves. 99 esuts.
78 Shawls, from 32.25 to 35*.
™»Mbia
hare
30 d
BUTTONS,
us latest aovstties.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN
Baa Meow « • 9 M* j I
209 NEW STORE I 209
SMITH 4 WEST.
wo» harket ntbeet.
1 n , o 5aÄ'foiiu ,#w: " 4M "
DRY GOODS.
B ptV,ru
w
foiH it (ht lowest rate., and we .ollC' -
nation »1 o«r »look g»nerully.
1TH A WUT
«OU Markatstveet.
JAMES AJAXTJEK,
. DiaLda-t» map; roaxtur^iM» ffc«»»9«r
lyiv
WINES AND LIQUORS,
NO.13 MARKET STREBT,
WILMINGTON JDSL
mey2-ll
æitattr* and 6txfti*rf.
r a k. oiioup,
Painter and Grainer,
»
No. 212 Oranga Street,
(basbvivt.)
WILMINGTON, OBLAWABE.
feinte seien tiBoaliy mixed and
I PPliad.
"ÎS&1
7. C. LEHMAN*

FRESC0E PAINTER.
«WMspm, 4*1 ftyler llrssi.
Post Oll ou Bex 4*T,
W7|.WTl«qTOir. DEL
7 AUKS If HAH OX,
H0U*E SION AND SHIP PAINTER
PAFKR HANOUU.4CC«
No. 512 KINO STREET,
Next door uetow Post OBee, Wilmington, DeL.
tVould reopecttully inform his (Heads and the publie
zen orally, that he is new prepared to do all work la
bis line, suoh as Houss. Bin and Ship Palatins.
Training, Glaslng, Paper Hanging. Ao. All werk
intrusted to hisoare will reeelvepereoaal attention
l~l»e
.1
sfo. Conn try work arten*
JOHN D. MITCHELL,
ötß(lt AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER,
Sign Boom*, Corner anti and King
and 6th and Market * treats.
WIM NGTOS. DELAWARE.
Show Cards "a Ipeolallty'' uf all dseeriptlant,
shspss and Ideas. Your cuttom Is rsspeotfufly so
Hotted._Joli-dlm
JAMES BRADjfORD
BALI*
PANTS, OILS, WRMSUKH
WINDOW GLASS,
Cement and Calolned Plaster
Paints, wbltelead. red lead, white sine, ran paint
lubricating ..II«, linseed oil, .perm .ill. lanl oil,pests
foot nil,coal oil, I'ildenA Nephew's varnishes, Eng
lish varnishes, aleohol. tarpenllae. paint mills
paints ready mixed, artists' materials, was Sowar
materials, deculoomania pictures all kinds ot for
eian and domertlo (lass, stained ornamental and
ougraved; coaob painters' material, staaoil colon,
ladders of different lengths, ready glased sash, told
leal, bronxes, vermillions. looking (lass plates.
iffes. 6 and 8 Eaat Third Street,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
N. Be-Particular attention paid to Howe# and
tflilp PatntluH, bUn WrUInc« *c H 4o.
apl
hardware «na ^laihtnrrg.
GARRETT, KENT & CO.,
IMPORTER ; and MANUFA0TU &RKS
AQENTJ VOR
IRON,
STEEL
HARDWARE
AND
COACH MATEBIAL»
Bava tha
Largest Stock of Good* a the State
lu their Una,
aad BeatiAoaorted Stock la tha Unhid States.
No«. 205 k 207 SUplay k 210 k 212
Orange Streets,
WILtflYICGY. DU.
ESTABLISHED 1827.
KoZNTlRE SC JAMES,
â
DEALERS IN
BUILDING AND FANÖY
HARDWARE,
CARPENTER'S TOOLé,
PAINTS, OILS, BLASS> AC.
ALSO.
RGSENDALE CEMENT
204 Market iStreetr
WILMINGTON. " *.
anr29-l
WM. GREEN Sc Co.
Snooemors te Psdriek.. Graoa A Co..
Importers and Dealers in
IRON AND STEEL,
B]
THIRD AUD SBIPLET BT*.,
rtava always onhadt
a full assortment of
\ IRON AND BTCEL.
kV Bmt^ brands of
j
4
I
a
/W
of el
ail
and Anger
V Railed an
Iran, Csat,
Swede, «priât. Tire Maehlaery. end
8
k«Na
other
ten»
ti
1ÔU«,'
0
EE
0
el
Leather, antfco vsb ' 1 ardwére of
Galvanised Nails, Babbit
Smiths' and other Toole—AnvUs, Vise« Bellows
i ri'ra.».î.Â; ca te
AU of whieh will be sold at very lo
geand^etaty for^orah or approved
end
w prioes, who
erodiL
Railroad %im.
Phiiedoiphia, wumingtoa ana Bam*
more Railroad, 'i'.ii jc'i-i".
T1MK TAHLK.
eking attest Sunday, Jans 29th, 1873.
PhiUdelLhls sad VV mb urn lull Axvrass 1 rains sre
daelaaaied thus. Il SK New Turk and 1
initon Express Trains, thus, W15*.
bala from f hilsdelphia connects _ ■_
roe and Norfolk.
On aoeoani of differeaeo of time, tmins loave Bal
timore by euy lime 8ve minutes earlier tknn etsted
below.
he 13
lor forties«
Trains from PhiiaueipnU Will tear4 depot, oor
oar oi Hioad street and Washington avanne as loi
th street, 700. 815 10 00, 10
FoVis
_.„44a. m.. 1230
» J *M «.6 46,8 40.7 00. * 1 ,1144 p m.
Mu Moriah 7 40, » u, 10 00 in 46 a. u„ U 10.
„ 2157330. 445,14.6 30. î tO, 9)5.1146 p.m.
Beuaetfoo. 7 to, 8 15, lu Id, U 46 a. a , i2 3u,
_ *l*.3SU,44b.846 «*),(b..V,5, .143p.m.
" P.kouaU. 7 Co, 8 15,14 uu, 10 4» a. in., z30, 214.
4 80,4 45, 6 45 83 ,7 #0, » 1*. U 45 p m.
" Darby, 7 0O, 8 18, ID 0 lo 44 e «,lx«Ui 16.3 30
4 44,6 45,0 80, 7 uO, 4 .4,1146 p in.
" Sharon Ul, I. TUI, 814. Û)ou, U 65 a m, 12.<4
2 6. 8 30,4 44. 6 <5. «30,7 00, 016, U 4op m.
ien.iiuen. 7 00. 814 lit). 10 6 a h ui,
2 16,8 30.4 44,516.4 80, T 04,0 lo. U 44
luoreV7o ,8 16 l looo. loirs o, U80. 215
2 80 8 80,4 44,4 41, 8 30, 7 UO. 814,11 65 p in.
' Riuiey Peik. 7uO, 8 16, 680 , «6 up. i064 s. m.,
12 0,2 80, 3 80,6 16, 6 15. 6 80. 7 00, 01..U44
p. up.
" Oruia Lynns, 7 O'), 8
284.3 84.644,1)30;
Ouekiei, 7, » is • ai, in. lo 6> • s. 1210, 2 SO
8 30. 4*. 4 80. 464. 615. 080. 7 00.0 i8.li 80,*
11 45 p m.
" Lsuiokin 7. a 15.8 30. 10. 10 45 a m; 12 30. 3 ».
_ 380.130 4 45.516,6 30.7 00.0 16. il 45pm.
Thurluw.7 OU,88u, i045em; «80. 88 1 . 6 14. 700.
8 uu pm.
" Tr*iner's,7 CO. 10 45 am; 2 30,380.4 15,7 00.015
" hf-TV'd. 7 00. 8 30. >0 44 a m: 2.40. 8 S3. 5 15
7 Ou. 0 15. il 80* p m.
"CUymuDt. ?0l 8 80. 1045ta 2 SO. 3 80. 5 16.
7 ou 0 15.1180*8 uu
* Bell .vus. 7 08.8 80. lu 45 a m. 2 30.3 31.6 15.7 Ou.
015 p m.
" K .na.attiu.7 00, 8 80. tû4» a m; 1215*. 2 30.
38,1.4* 615.7 U0 814. U 3.1* p 01.
* Newport, 8 80 a mi 4*. 6 i6 m m.
" Si auto . 880 « in; 4 , 6 <5 p i,
" Newark. 8 8o a ia; 4* 6 16. il Su* p m.
" Elktvu, 8 80 a un 4*. 6 io, il 30* p un
" North K-.(, 83o a un 4*. 5 15. I SO'p m.
" CoariSktuwn, 8 30 a ni: 4.5 i6 p un
" Priueipiu. 8 80 a m . 6 16 p ui.
-
(2 80,
V UI.
15, 10 0. 10 4* a. m. 1230
700.815,114> p in.
Beiryvillv. »So » iu; u -o*. A . & 15. 11 0* P m
* Havre ae-'traca, 8 *> \ m. 12 6*. 4', U 30* p u.
" Abardeau. 8 80 a in. 4°. i SO* p m.
" Yaraym mivilia. 680 a on 4*. 11 8'* n m
M Edguwv..d, s 80 a m. 4*. II 8 ■• p ui.
" Msgoult*. 8 3i) ,i uu; 4*. il 30° p m.
" Chasa'ii. 880 a in 4* p m.
" Stammer', wan 6 3iw. m , 1° p a,
" Ualumure. Ijfa l#Pm
Trains tor Phlladelphu wilt leave e fellows:
From Baltimers. 7 80. 8 34 3 a m; 2 55°. 7 30°. 10 45*
p m.
" Stammer'« Ran, 7 67 a m.
" Ohaaa'a, 8 08 a m., 132* p m.
" Magnolia, 8 22 a uu 3 4!", « 16° p
Bdcawoud. 8 27 a mi 3 47°
" Perrymsiuvilla. 8 89 a m; 3 SO 3 , 8 33* p m.
" Aberdeen. 8 48 a m: 8 41° pm.
" Havre da-Uraoe. 1207°.857. 1018 3 am; 417*.
" ParryvtlU.' U16*. 565, 9 08, 1053* am; 428*,
9 01" p m.
" Prtneiplo. 8 53.914 a m.
" Chartas town, « 59.9 20 a m: 913* p m,
" North Eaat, 7 05,988am; 4 46*. 9 19 4
" Elkton, 7 19.941 am: 4 60* 9 32*om.
" Newark. 733,965 a m; 5 13 s , 946* p m.
** Stanton, 744, lU06ami 867* pm.
" Newport. 7 52.1011 a m; 10 02 s p m.
" Wilmlnfton, 185*. 815 71'. 810, »06. 10 30
am., 1230*. «00. 400.6 50«, 715. 1824 s pm.
" BeUevua, 8 34, 7 21,8 22,1017 a m; 212,4 12,7
p m.
in.
pm.
" Cf^mont. 6^7 29. 8 3». 10 25.10 50 a m; 2 20,
" Lia wind, 7 St!"» *7. 1« 3», 10 46 a m: 127,
* TnMom'sbV02.78?,5*9.1024am:239X423 Bat*
~ 38.1101 m «»».«»
" Cheetar. 8 48.716,7 47.8 31,248,918.10 44.1107
*^1 48,240,438, 638, 61»*, 688.743,
57,7 25.7 58, ( 86,9 27,18 84,1118
'.249,447. 542, 842, S02.ll 02
" Ifuore'«, 6 0« 7 00,7 28,9 30,10 57 nm., 2 00.9 »2
" Glenelden, 8 ä.*7 oj,*? 32.8 911 S3.1100 a m.,
117,2 03,2 55. 4 89, & 48, ^ 48, 80», Jim.
* Sharon Hill,606.7U4,r38, S0>93A U «H n m.,
120, 208,^58, 443.iM.04l.213 pm.
a m-128.2 12, 8 04.4 49. 6 57,6 61^ 8 19 pm
" Bonaaffen, 6 U. V 16,7 55, V 43.111 j n m., 3 14.
1 68,451,6(0,65», 8 21 pm.
WhlSt 47 ' >45.11 IS a m., 216.
,10.4S5.6iS 7 ^, 7 lS 111 ^»" 219 '
_ . POKT bEPO.SIT BRANCH
» »T® itdOM» »«»'I, »
For Hawde Graee and Baldmura. 6 30,11 »0 a m:
20H,650pm, , ,,
For Baltimore and way station«, 8941104 a m; 5*0
TraUs for Fart heoe.lt will leave ae feUewrm
rum Baltimm.Mopetng at all way ■ tat loua 7 1»
" Crum
2.48,
•' Ridley Park, 6
a m« 112,167
"ML Mo
i
" 58th
He, Bdxtwi
2> am. 4 25, 789. *88
OW^be 1126 am, 748and803 p m traîna tram
Perryrille connect at tbat plaoe with trains
"^tBLAWAM DIVISION.
New Canto 7 4« «™to„ 1115,7 fl* p. m.
FerBaaford and way statio is oonnsiting at Clay
ton for Smyrna and at Towns nd with Queen
Anna's aad Kent Rahread UrfU»t iti as. 516
for Del"'
tr»mi
fron)
Mlsmi
way lUtipn. 3 30 a m; 1< 30 p m.
_ adelshia laava a* foil >ws:
From WUmtactoo oonnsetlng with Dataware Di
vtston «rain from Saatord and war statjnne.
with Smyrna train at Clayton) and with Korn
County tr tins at Tow send, 1038 a m.
From Wilmington, eonna.ting with train I
«U^tjUM an'Delaware Division aad i
n wilmi- tt'.n, omî nesting with train from Dal
mar nd war a at ions 4,10 24 P ui.
Wilmington, ooanret ns With train from
phila* w anü 1 &\ 1 Î* cevVkai . 8
8t 'Pria, at all stations on Chaster Crook and
adelphla and B.ltimore Central Railroad.
Tralue 'iom Phiiadelphls »Hi leave as follows:
Fo Port Pipo-H« 7 00 a m 4 8* p m
For OxforL ' **. a mr 1 40, 6 30 p m, (8 *0 p m Wod
nsMiy. in 1 daturdava )
For Chsdd'l Ford. 7 4a 1#% a mi %Vb « 34 p m; (3 »'
m.Wodoaâl ,T* tag Saturday- J
For Ksnnjft, 7 '«.10 09 a in. 6 u. 8 9 p m. (3 30 i>
in . Wadnasd its and Stturdnye )
Train, for PoiU lalobl. will t ,va a. folio
From Port Danodi. 9 27 a m. 4 25 pm.
PromOxffwl.* 1Alo.io . nt: 5ti pm
»oa't d '«ForLtll* rSLH'. ■ m-1 y.,6 U p m.
From Keanett. 7(9.11 2« a m .870,8 lb p m
(bad U a m and < 00 „ m train, from WII
nkto with t nlns
alalohia aod Belli
mar and
tor Put
all oon
from
From
n in.
RAILROAD
Phil
from
SBNDAY TRVIV8.
will ba ran on daadny sxeept those
No trains
named bolow:
Train, tram Philadelphia will leave ns folio we.
For Lam ok 4a na 1 Catenae date tJtatlop«. 1 00 p ta.
For Wttmlngtoo e«4 w» mèrispe B'M a m. 915 m
for Bal um ira. stopping aftba prbielpal itérions.
u
»ti!o» ! am.
at way stations. S 3*.
m WHOUNGlOf, m HAUX'1
roiAL NOTICE. ' *
On aad after WEDNESDAY. Ootober 18th
a passenger ear will be ettaohed to tba t
train leaving Philadelphia 9.00 p. m., tor WU
7*he trainjrlll stop at Buttons ns follows, whan
elmallad: Gray's Ferry. 9.12 p. m. Laserettn 9.34
an; Chester.ÿ.41 p. m; Lamoktn.9.45p,m; Thor
1°* r.49 p. m: Llnwood, 9.55 p. m: Clermont, 10.01
r
R::ra
From
a,
63# i>m. . .1 t'F-n
i. atop
om.
tmi
1871
ht
P.«4

Philadelphia, Wilmington and
Baltimore Bailroad.
Dblawarw Dlrlalon Tim* Tabla.
SPBING ARRANGEMENT.
KSUSSSS-bÇSi
• Pautnger. ft mww. Mixed
svese
2 4 &
• :
312
Vi
6 30
3 4S
ringsville
reenwood
armiagtoa!
Arrington,
aaterfiury.
6 48
4 20
6(8
*1*
7(8
55
25
5 20
54«
5 40
oodsids,
yoming.
>»«».
1
tu
60
14
125
(3
Äd
S'4
37
il 1
45
0 48
86
lownnend.
».Ä
Kirkwood,
Rodney,
Bear.
state Road.
New Castle,
Wllm'gton. arrive 10i5
I'bilaaelphU.arrivel 1.44
deltlirnre. arrive 1 <i
toon wasp /Wester.
Phil l lei phic.,
Bslti more,
K il I,in toa
S.' soil#
0
8 34
2
7
8 48
2
7 1*8
8*1
2 20
8 0«
288
7 30
10
24
7 63
814
S3
3 83
lift
8 55
0
625
11
A. H.
810
,S£»
PMwsoer,
r.u
a.v
r *•
11 3 *
. 7 *#
* 1256
8 30
6itC
7 85
2*5
1010
825
10 W)
6 45
1 Si
»8
6 6U
700
le j
oi
705
) atiey
EirkwocL -
Ut.Plsasrnt
KiddleUwu
Cownsend.
BlOgaotre,
irdln Spring,
llayt h
(myrna (arrive)
irantord,
Hoorton,
hover
■Vy mine,
Voodvldv.
& LfTl
iarringto 1,1
?aroiD ton.
ireeowood.'
eEF
Laurel,
Oelntar. ' 2 35
The Mixed Train will run subleot to delaye
lent to frais bt bastome. aad will stop only a
itous where time is given.
10 *7
718
7 n
2 21
11 31
MS
2 34
113/
It 48
8 «
1164
• 4
806
2 0
S3)
201
la
12'9
8 25
1221
8 37
3 42
S*1
3 »2
12 40
12 (5
H 6
9 W
i?7
916
11)
9 26
l A
9ÜS
05
1 17
0 40
168
10 0 /
6 47
2 12
611
830
luoi
at »U
WCASTLl trains.
mi " f 8MYR 1 NA P BRÄN°CH < THAtN8*!
Additional to tboae Abore.leAYe Smyrna for Clay
ton 1141 a. tn., aod 7.35 p. m., LoavoClayton for
Smyrna 8.40 a. m.. and 2.00 p. m.. to makeoonnio
tion with trains to and from Dover, ajd stations
South.
CONNECTIONS.
A a^.^.a 8 i? n °'iüiiÄ K,nt Coun ' T " d Qu *"
A1 0 ^ A YTON , with tho Mary laud and Dataware
At HARRINQTON. with tha Junotion and Braafc
water Railroad.
Ajji Q W *** th * ^oTbeeter and Delaware
PMladelpma, WUmlagtoQ »ad Bal
timore Bailroad.
DBI.A.WAB.B DIVI8I01I.
(B - Ott
At
and
«wwJKkW
eiUttou.
n

from Wilmington wHb PhUa-l
jfijgUeniwhu run to Bea
dcl
tnite kÄu
On and aAar the
oontiune running
trains between Mil
e^te this
Company will dia
ling ana svauiux
Bwbr. Sop*L
Abe
*■4 Wettern Bf,
TIRE TABU.
8PRING A
.NQKMENT.. Ü
.°5?a'm"in'd D ^ïi
re Landen!
pm.
157 am and 7 00 pat,
IJtl.WIWagtoa at
'hiladalphia at 639 a
Delaware R H trains
1040 umwitfc
m: Bk* timor a
arriving at 10 is a-m.
wtÄi.'rÄp^iÄrs* in
^UBUSU 1 .?^J , A" ,at78 '
ifoaton at 100 with train
■&«>«n at 4 00 pm with
3.17 p mi
:k.ts*»
s»i» p -
Tr
» in,
train
Train arriv
for Phtladelp
Train arriv
m
"g
MX
n f
w t i
Ljkii
pa,kBi^r
äl
Arriv« W
Arrive Li
. Trainier
Beet with t
W°aÄl
I l<
*30 pm.
s
„ and 4 45 p m.
■'m.. mb
ÂÎÎJtl
V^UFr'.
: I
,P*M.
[tgaOttr
. Snpt.
«ÜLM'NQTto Ato kfeAMiNG « *
PassaacaV Trains will ran a. follow. ;
Lsava Reading at 7 35 ^''0 *** P '*'
" tefiüîîî tS 610
" Ohadd ■ F d. IU 0 7 n 7 gj
Arr at Wilm'cton. Il 89 8 01 «18
__ . TaatnaLiava Noarawaan
TRAIN8 N^Jj ^
L*va Wilmington • 6'*) 3n0 5 Oft * 8 4i'
" Chadd'iF.irl 7 28 860 610 »;0
.^a^BÄ » U l* tl *
«f«
50!
84«
16*1 7 40
' OnNWBCTfONB.
At Wilmington. Wifi trtit, to Philadelphia aad
B.lr more an I gith Oil »wire Rtilruad trains —
ana. 2 aid 4 nnVs diraeteoansotioa, with trains te -
and train Washinron.
At hntdif irl. trains Nov. '. 2. 3 and ' for Pkda
lolphia. No.. 4 and V with train, f .r Ph.lalalphia.
rraui* Nos 1.4 ..nd 6 with train. r..r Port (»eporit.
At <:nn'«.vi Is. ,11 t-aln< conn tot with fain- tor
Philadslphi* out Harri .borg Tr.ln. N 4.2 and 3
m»lje | diroot oonnoetioa with train, to amt from
At*Bir.f.bo l ro'. tralae l an. toonnem northward
4eri «ou hwHfd wit-« hu«d<«lpbU tad Kotiin*
RkUro.d and S wito *oui^Brd WoUrîiî..
r T' .■* ''.''■•''"C'V -Kb train from Philadelphia.
Snod.v train wilt «too nt nny pl.ea to leave off
_1. ' , fan oral Sttoorintoudent
rîMïï:. and Reading Railroad Com
paay have eomplatad arrangement, to onrry Money
t'MKaSîfwanJSS 1 poUta
)lumbU,HarrHbur(.Laaaastar. Down*
Sfgtowu, Mahoney City. ML Oarmei, Norristown,
Por fnAier Informellem apply at the DoooL eer
ier of Front and Mad Iran streets, Wilmington.
.Kinross matter seat to Franklin Toleeraph uEoe.
leQvenng agents, will rentre prompt attention.
aM-tf_ Gent Han't W. ft <t. R. R ^1«.
ßUHHB
STEAM FREIGHT UNE
Bssve« «d wharf above Chmtaut etreeL Pbiladol
ism»

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